Peggy Sloan Hill

October 23, 1933July 2, 2019

Peggy Sloan Hill was born October 23, 1933, in Bronxville, NY, and passed away July 2, 2019. She was predeceased by husband, John R. Hill, Jr., parents Sara Becton and Paul Anderson Sloan, and sister Nancy Sloan Cawthon. Peggy is survived by her daughters and their husbands, Nancy and Steve Gottsacker, Cynthia and Mike Landen, Sara and Larry Walsh; her beloved grandchildren, Georgia and Justin Gandino, John, Margaret and Mark Gottsacker; Mickey, Jack, Bennett and Sara Landen; Henry, Sam and Molly Walsh and great grandchildren, Ellie and Thomas Gandino. She is also survived by John R. Hill, III, her Cawthon and Garrett nieces and nephews and their families and her many loving friends whom she cherished.

Peggy moved to Dallas in 1940. She attended Hockaday and was a Hockadaisy, graduating in 1951. She then attended Newcomb College. She was married to John R. Hill, Jr. from 1962 until his death in 1998. Peggy was active in many charities and belonged to many organizations, including Pi Beta Phi sorority, Dallas Junior League, Crystal Charity Ball (Ball Chair 1980) and Dallas Country Club. She was an active Board member of the Ronald McDonald House. She was a lifelong member of Highland Park Presbyterian Church.

Special thanks to Sonia Almendares for her loving care and friendship with our mom for over 30 years. We also want to thank Rafell Collins, Kim Bruce, Barbara Parker, Gigi Kelemework, Colleen James, Laura Williams, the staff on 6 Pickens and the Visiting Nurses Association who tenderly cared for Mom during her final illness.

Services will be at 3:30 pm on Monday, July 8, at Highland Park Presbyterian Church after a private burial. Honorary pallbearers are her grandsons. In lieu of flowers, gifts may be made to the Ronald McDonald House of Dallas, Highland Park Presbyterian Church, or the charity of your choice.


  • Memorial Service Monday, July 8, 2019


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Barbara Parker

July 3, 2019

I had a short time with Peggy , she shared the times and places everyone had been. She loved her grandchildren and smiled when info was sent to her. They were all the smartest and the best ever. My heart hurts for everyone. I will miss her. Love to all Barbara